National recognition of your prior formal learning

What is national recognition?

National recognition is the acknowledgement of previous learning completed through formal education and training. This may include superseded Units of Competency (UoC) that have undergone a name or number change, but are still equivalent to the current UoC in terms of learning outcomes and performance criteria. See training.gov.au for more information on each UoC. Note that providing credit for previous studies is not recognition of prior learning (RPL). RPL is an assessment-only pathway of determining the competence of a person, while providing credit is recognising the equivalence in content and learning outcomes between different types of learning and/or qualifications previously undertaken and completed successfully.

 

Applicant Information

The following guidelines apply to applications for national recognition to MTTEC:

  • Qualifications and statements of attainment issued by any currently Registered Training Organisation (RTO) will be accepted and recognised.
  • Any student is entitled to apply for national recognition in a course or qualification in which they are currently enrolled.
  • Students may not apply for national recognition for UoCs or qualifications which are not included in MTTEC’s scope of registration.
  • In some cases, licensing or regulatory requirements may prevent a unit or module being awarded through a credit process.
  • Whilst students may apply for national recognition at any time, they are encouraged to apply before commencing a training program.
  • National recognition may only be awarded for whole units of competence.

To apply the applicant must complete and submit the following documentation to MTTEC:

    • This application form
    • Certified copies of transcripts listing unit numbers and titles applicable
    • Student Enrolment Form (via online enrolment)

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